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Re: “National healthcare opponents should look to Thomas Jefferson

We've been working SB233 here in Alabama --essentially says that citizens cannot be compelled to buy something they don't wish to purchase. It's been derailed at every level by demorats. First the ever-so-corrupt Sen. Lowell Barron (aka the "slum lord") wouldn't let it on the senate schedule --akin to killing it. After a tea party protest on 3/30 the committee chair released it to a senate vote. Now it's being fillibustered by another corrupt demorat, Sen. Rodger Smitherman (thanks to the gift of racial gerrymandering). How much have the dems paid them? Who knows but he is lockstep a socialist as is obama, pelosi, et al.

See: http://www.waff.com/Global/story.asp?S=122…

Associated Press - April 1, 2010 1:24 PM ET

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) - The Alabama Senate is locked in a filibuster over legislation designed to the fight the federal health care plan.

Democratic Sen. Roger Smitherman of Birmingham is leading the opposition to a bill sponsored by Republican Sen. Scott Beason of Gardendale. It would ensure that no person, employer or health care provider could be compelled to participate in any health care system.
Beason says his bill would help with the lawsuit that Alabama's attorney general and other state attorneys general have filed over the federal plan.

Smitherman says the federal plan will help many Alabamians and the Legislature shouldn't oppose it.

Posted by deovindice on April 2, 2010 at 10:34 AM
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